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    Question can anyone translate from this art piece?






    ??? is it spanish?



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    Yes, it is a text in Spanish, seems to be a cosmological/spiritual declaration of some sort.

    Hope this helps.

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    Yes, it is spanish but it seems to me that it was written by an italian, but I'm just guessing this only because I saw a couple of words that look like italian words to me.
    Sorry if I'm wrong about the italian.

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    It's Spanish definetely and it's like dirck99 said, spiritual, religious explanation.
    Realmente, el destino del mundo depende, en primer lugar, de los estadistas y, en segundo lugar, de los intérpretes.
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    thank you all, I am still very curious as to what it exactly says, but I understand, the writting it very difficult to read even.

    again thank you,

    T.

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    Hey, if you transcribe it into an rtf or word file, I think it would be easier for someone to translate...

    Saludos,

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    I thought it was just me, but I guess not. It really is hard. I can’t even get past the first word unless, as I am going to guess, that letter that looks like an e is an es. And I’m not sure old José wasn’t snockered when he wrote this. Do we have a clue as to how old this is or what country it came from? I can make a sort of a really pathetic stab at it:

    The gods have life to deliver spirituality and the goddess opens your mind and thought and (Iyoni?) and forms your body and your (purity?) your feet and your stomach and your head and your breath. The old woman has your four cardinal points and (???) and a center which was born and remained a (jicora?) and an arrow that is (ombre?) and the woman of Lanendo so (???) to the places. Sacred and ???? is a mirror of the gods in where ??? you know and like Seyaman every one of the gods
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    oh COOL! thats amazing

    No I dont know where it came from, I am holding it for a friend he doesnt know either, only that he thought mescalin was involved

    That sounds really weird, unique, and interesting.

    Thanks for sharing that,

    T.

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    Yeah, but don't believe a word of it. But I printed it out, and Sunday I can run it by somebody who may have more of a clue.

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    You know, there are some weird words that do not make sense in Spanish, but hey if you do not know where the book comes from, maybe it´s better not to know what is written on it... I am telling you because it sounds like a ritual. I would not get involved with such book.

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